Login - Become a member

Featured Artist


Wolfsschanze by Stanislav Klabík

download add to favorites
Title Wolfsschanze
Software 3ds max 8
Comment Hi, this is my last work, this is a today´s look of Wolfsschanze/Wolf Lair/Vlčí Doupě is a name of Hitler´s headquarters in the east Poland and place of assasination attempt in 20. July 1944. This scene tooks me about three months of pure work. All is done in 3dsmax, entire scene has about 5 milions faces, for big trees in background used Onyx Tree, and some correction of the branches in Max, other trees are bulit up from branches from Onyx Tree, leaves and other vegetation are self-made, rendering in Maxwell Render beta via plugin, not useless version 1 studio. Textures are done in Photoshop and some color correction in Photoshop. Big thanks to all cg friends who gaves me a lot of constructive critics and many big big thanks to my friend Peter, thanks man. Hope you like it.
0 0 0 0 0 click on the stars to rate this image

You like this image? Click on the button to share it with others (Facebook, Google, MySpace & more...)



Posted anonymously on Sep 19, 2015 05:50 AM
There are many benefits you stand to gain by being a professional writer so long as you can keep your word. First and foremost, you become a renowned writer with so much to deliver. Additionally writing is nowadays a career hence you stand a chance to earn so much.
Re: Wolfsschanze by Stanislav Klabík
By shriaks on Jan 12, 2013 06:01 AM
Hi myself shriaks from animation carnival check out the latest updates of different sections related with animation at animationcarnival.com game release section http://www.animationcarnival.com/newsf/NewsDetail.aspx?NewsID=489
new animation website
Posted anonymously on Jan 11, 2013 07:07 AM
Hello.. I am Shikha from animation carnival, this is a New Animation Website... check out the new upcoming updates of Games, Movies, Softwares at animationcarnival.com
Re: Wolfsschanze by Stanislav Klabík
Posted anonymously on Oct 04, 2012 12:44 PM
you have an online tutorial of this don't you?
Subscribe to RSS
Follow us on Twitter


Copyright © 1996-2010 Raphael Benedet - Contact Us